Governor Andrew Cuomo Says State Will Begin Reopening On Friday, Including Drive-Ins


Joseph: The wheels came off Mueller’s wagon, ‘ Long Ago”- -and that of the liberal left, just recently when the FBI released the previously secret documents surrounding the Michael Flynn case. The evidence contained in those files throws a very dark shadow on the actions of the liberals in Congress and the activities of Robert Mueller. If anything, the next time that Mueller will be required to speak out, it will be in his own defense as he gets accused or charged with actions that were, at the least unethical, at the worst, illegal. In the meantime, we won’t be hearing from Mueller.
Mueller is NOT going to speak up. When he had his opportunity to speak, in front of Congress to deliver his report, he came up woefully short. He was uncertain, couldn’t remember facts and appeared to have had a detached involvement from the investigation that bears his name. What has changed in the intervening months from then to now that would cause Robert Mueller to speak up? The answer is nothing.
“The 21 words uttered by FISA court that change the Russia collusion case forever.” Judge rules for first time FBI misled, rejecting years of excuse making and suggesting process reforms won’t be enough. For much of the last three years, key law enforcement leaders have insisted they did nothing wrong in pursuing counterintelligence surveillance warrants targeting the Trump campaign starting during the 2016 election. And, they’ve added, if mistakes were made, they were unintentional process errors downstream from them and not an effort to deceive the judges.

But in a little-noted passage in a recent order, U.S. District Judge James A. Boasberg, the new chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, took direct aim at the excuses and blame-shifting of these senior Obama administration FBI and DOJ officials.

In just 21 words, Judge Boasberg provided the first judicial declaration the FBI had misled the court, not just committed process errors. “There is thus little doubt that the government breached its duty of candor to the Court with respect to those applications,” Judge Boasberg wrote{PERIOD}

Another “NOTE” to Judge Sullivan – – Yet on Jan. 5, 2017, Obama told top officials who’d be staying on in the new administration to keep the crucial facts from Team Trump.
It happened at an Oval Office meeting with Vice President Joe Biden, intel chiefs John Brennan and Jim Clapper and national security adviser Susan Rice, as well as FBI Director Jim Comey and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates.
Judge Sullivan may I remind you “The Law regarding obtaining evidence ”
A legal doctrine called “unclean hands” means cannot have the help of the court if he/she has done anything unethical. That seems to be exactly on point in this case. If the genesis of the case was not valid, then everything that flowed from that is also deemed invalid. This is a close cousin to the doctrine of “the fruit of the poisonous tree” which is typically used to reject evidence obtained illegally. If Flynn doesn’t prevail in this court, he will almost certainly prevail in a higher one. It isn’t clear to me why this judge is prolonging this. Perhaps he really does want all cards on the table. Perhaps it is for a political purpose. Perhaps it is just to make a showing of being judicially cautious. Politicians and pundits can argue what they want, but you can be sure that those in the legal community know how this should go.
Attorney General William Barr on Friday said he had concluded that the FBI set a “perjury trap” for Flynn while investigating him for suspected ties to Russia.

“They didn’t warn him, the way that would usually be required by the Department, they bypassed the Justice Department, they bypassed the protocols at the White House, and so forth,” Barr told CBS. “These were things that persuaded me that there was not a legitimate counterintelligence investigation.”
Listen UP Mr. Obama – -James Clapper, in a July 2017 interview with the House Intelligence Committee, said he did not brief Obama on Flynn’s calls with then-Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak.
During that interview, then-Rep. Tom Rooney (R-FL) asked Clapper: “Did you ever brief President Obama on the phone call, the Flynn-Kislyak phone calls?” Clapper responded: “No.”
However, Comey said during his interview with the House Intelligence Committee five months earlier, in March 2017, that Clapper had briefed Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden on the calls. Comey said:
I briefed it to the Director of National Intelligence and Director Clapper asked me for copies which I shared with him. In the first week of January he briefed the President and the Vice President and then President Obama’s senior team about what we had found and what we had seen to help them understand why the Russians were reacting the way they did.
President Obama has a significant problem. The evidence is based on his own staffs sworn testimonies in closed hearings. These same staff member



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